Teaching, Difference, and Power: Disability and Learning Meeting March 15th
Higher education today is home to an increasingly diverse student population with a wide variety of needs and abilities. This presents innumerable opportunities to enliven and enhance the intellectual dynamism of our classes and campuses. To take full advantage of these opportunities, university educators must develop the knowledge and skills of teaching inclusively to diverse audiences. This has been the purpose of the Center for Teaching’s learning communities for faculty and graduate instructors under the banner of “Teaching, Difference, and Power.”
On March 15th from 11:30am-1pm, the CFT will host a Disability and Learning meeting to talk about how faculty can develop engaging and accessible learning experiences for students with disabilities.
Please register here if you plan to attend.